Body discovery believed to be missing Diane

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The body of a woman found in Anderby Creek last month is believed to be missing Bicker woman Diane Tytheridge.

The body was found in dunes on September 15.

Diane (61) was last seen in the Skegness area on June 25, after catching a bus from 
Boston Police Station.

Diane left her home in Bicker that morning to go to work at Pilgrim Hospital.

She never arrived and her car was later found in Pescod Square car park.

She was later seen on CCTV wandering around Boston before catching a bus to Skegness.

Her family, some of which lived in Australia, had appealed for information regarding her whereabouts.

The news was met on social media by many posts by friends and those who knew her in her professional capacity.

Anna Venn-Gallacher wrote: “So sad, my thoughts are with her family, colleagues and all effected.”

Jane Webb said: “So sad, sympathy to family.”

Amanda Gray posted: “So sad, she was such a lovely 
lady. Sending my sympathy and prayers to her family 

Kylie Horry said: “Oh that’s such sad news. Thoughts and love to her family and 
friends x” Jackie Coulam wrote: “Only knew Di for a short while but she was such a special lady she left her mark, so sad. Sympathy to her family x”

Mark Reed said: “Rest in peace wonderful woman and nurse.” Rachel Johnson said: “Awful news. So sad x”

The body will only formally be indentified after DNA tests.